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If you are a high school and have problems accessing or using a ND EdPortal application, please contact the North Dakota EduTech Help Desk at (800) 774-1091 or click the image to submit an incident online.
Every School. Cyber Educated.” The EduTech event is held each biennium providing K-12 schools an opportunity to showcase their uses of educational technology in the classroom during the North Dakota Legislative Assembly.
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North Dakota Information Technology - EduTech congratulates nine schools on being selected to present at the North Dakota State Capitol at the K12 Technology Showcase on March 8, 2023. Red River High School Takes First Place at North Dakota Cyber Madness High School Tournament Tuesday, February 21, 2023 - 12:00 am
K-12 Education. Hands-on STEAM Kits . Early STEAM Education; Coding & Computer Science; 3D Printing & Digital Fabrication; Drones & Space Science; Electronics & Programming; Robotics & AI; Science Labs; Sustainable Energy; STEAM Experiences . After School & Holiday Camps; Challenges & Competitions; Informal Learning Events; Innovation Hubs ...
Press Release. State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler and EduTech Director Rosi Kloberdanz today announced a Code.org Professional Learning Program beginning in June for middle school teachers and July for high school teachers. There is also a program available for elementary teachers. The Computer Science Discoveries and Principles workshops are ...
Update: March 17. The situation with the COVID-19 virus and its impact on North Dakota K-12 education continues to evolve on a nearly hourly basis. The NDDPI would like to share the following guidance regarding distance learning. Most districts are not prepared to implement a distance learning model, such as online learning, on short notice.